Life & Style

Barn Players For Christmas »

Barn Players Gift Certificates or 2015 60th anniversary Season Flex Passes are now up for grabs. They are just a great gift for family members, friends, employees and/or business associates and…

Nov 7 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
A&E

KC Restaurant Week Gearing Up To Delight Diners »

Kansas City Restaurant Week is getting ever closer. The 10-day dining extravaganza which benefits local charities floods the KC metro…

Nov 15 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Kids Come Free To Musical Theater Heritage »

Musical Theater Heritage (MTH) is swinging its doors wide open to kids. Beginning with their upcoming performance of “Oliver!,” MTH…

Nov 15 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

A Standing O For A Longstanding Tradition »

“Fiddler on the Roof” continues the tradition of great theater at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City (The…

Nov 9 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
News

A Funeral Of Protest »

A mock “DEADication ceremony” will be held at the newly completed Kansas City Plant, a nuclear weapon production plant at Botts Road and 150 Highway in Kansas City, Mo., 9-11 a.m. Aug. 22. The official dedication of the National Security Campus, site for the new…

Aug 18 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

When Breathing Isn’t Easy – Asthma Awareness »

Wheezing, sneezing and general breathing discomfort is the norm for allergy sufferers this time of year. But it’s status quo year-round for those with asthma. May is Asthma Awareness Month. This is part of the Environmental Protection Agency’s ongoing effort to increase public awareness of…

May 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Kansas Citians Bike For Peace »

  Kansas Citians joined an international effort May 1 and biked for peace and against nuclear weapons. Four members of the Norway-based Bike for Peace cycled through KC during their 72-day, world-wide tour using vans and bicycles. Twelve locals showed their support by pulling out…

May 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
Seasonal Events

Let The Bluegrass Play On »

Boot stompin’, guitar slappin’, bango pickin’, violin strummin’ and bass thumpin’ good music once again filled the air of Winfield, Kan. at the 43rd Annual…

Sep 20 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
Seasonal Events

Fashion Rocked The Night @ Power & Light

Fashion rocked the Kansas City Power & Light District Friday night, May 16, at the 5th Annual Rock The Block Fashion Show. Fifty models took to the runway showing off designs for men and women from…

May 17 2014 / Read More »
Visual Art

Hearth Marries Bread And Art

First Fridays in the Crossroads District is a great amalgamation of art, music, wine and … bread. As people young and old flooded the streets on a beautiful evening May 2, Farm to Market bread company…

May 4 2014 / Read More »
Theater

Kids Come Free To Musical Theater Heritage

Musical Theater Heritage (MTH) is swinging its doors wide open to kids. Beginning with their upcoming performance of “Oliver!,” MTH is launching a new Kids Come Free program. One child age 16 and under gets in…

Nov 15 2014 / Read More »
Life & Style

Barn Players For Christmas

Barn Players Gift Certificates or 2015 60th anniversary Season Flex Passes are now up for grabs. They are just a great gift for family members, friends, employees and/or business associates and a great way to make your…

Nov 7 2014 / Read More »
News

A Funeral Of Protest

A mock “DEADication ceremony” will be held at the newly completed Kansas City Plant, a nuclear weapon production plant at Botts Road and 150 Highway in Kansas City, Mo., 9-11 a.m. Aug. 22. The official dedication…

Aug 18 2014 / Read More »
Forum

It’s All Spilt Milk: Coffee and Prayer

Spotted on a bumper sticker near you: “I can do all things – through prayer and coffee.” Cuddled up with baby Nora while gazing out my window and downing a second Starbucks double shot of the day,…

May 18 2013 / Read More »
Music Scene

One-on-One With A Vacationer

Vacationer is a Philadelphia and Brooklyn-based band. They played the Riot Room Oct. 20. Lead singer/bassist Kenny Vasoli recently discussed how Vacationer came together, his songwriting process and advice he’d give to aspiring musicians. For more…

Oct 20 2014 / Read More »
Restaurants

KC Restaurant Week Gearing Up To Delight Diners

Kansas City Restaurant Week is getting ever closer. The 10-day dining extravaganza which benefits local charities floods the KC metro with amazing food Jan. 16-25, 2015. Participants in Restaurant Week offer multi-course meals for lunch and/or…

Nov 15 2014 / Read More »

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